Worth cheering about: North Hays County Expo exceeds expectations

The Lehman High School Cheer Squad performed at the Expo event at the Hays CISD Performing Arts Center on Oct. 4. (Photos by Athena Tyner and Anna Cabay)

What a success! The participation for the North Hays County Expo held on Thursday, Oct. 4 was phenomenal. The event was hosted by the Buda Area Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Kyle Chamber of Commerce and took place at the Hays CISD Performing Arts Center.

At this exciting event we were entertained by the beautiful and talented dancers from Dance Unlimited.

We nibbled on delicious refreshments from Chili’s, Schlotzsky’s, Buda Soda Fountain, Fox’s Pizza Den and Carino’s. Everyone was happy to come together to network, discover and connect with area businesses.

Thank you to all the wonderful businesses that generously donated door prizes.  Congratulations to Advanced Mobility, Inn Above Onion Creek and Hays Free Press who won the booth decorating contests. Your creativity and energy made our event fun. I would like to extend my gratitude to our volunteers and staff that helped make this event a success.

I enjoyed meeting everyone and the fellowship that ensued, and I look forward to seeing you all again soon. I want to extend warm wishes to everyone and just know I appreciate you all.

Cindy Swink is the president of the Buda Chamber of Commerce

Athena Tyner, Operations Administrator at Buda Chamber, and the Fox Den Pizza Mascot.

Leo Fernandez (right) and his Schlotzsky’s staff provided free food to expo participants.

Advanced Mobility won 1st place for booth showmanship at the expo.

The Super Smiles team, representing Super Smiles Dental Clinic, lived up to their name at last Thursday Expo.

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